Allard M Nooy, Chief Executive Officer
Allard Nooy joined InfraCo Asia in mid-2013 and has been responsible for the company’s strategic transformation process, driving the development and implementation of its ‘multi-developers’ and co-investment programs.  Allard has over 25 years of strategic executive leadership experience in the infrastructure sector in emerging markets in Asia. He has successfully led and acquired infrastructure, energy and environmental companies.
His key focus has been on the development and implementation of growth strategies, the creation of new assets and the financing and execution of infrastructure projects. The format of these projects varied widely and included PPP’s and BOOT structures in the water, waste water, solid waste management, waste-to-energy, power, and renewable energy sectors.
His previous roles include CEO of Jindal Aquasource and Jindal Ecopolis in New Delhi, India; President Asia Pacific with Covanta Energy Corporation, the world’s largest Energy from Waste Company, in Shanghai, China; Regional Director Infrastructure Development and Director China with the Leighton Group in Asia, Australia’s largest engineering and contracting group, Regional Director Greater China at Thames Water International, the world’s third largest private water company, in Hong Kong SAR; and General Manager of Vermeer – Ballast Nedam, while based in Vietnam.
In addition to his full-time role at InfraCo Asia, Allard also lectures a Public Private Partnership Program at the Singapore Management University (SMU). Allard holds a Bachelor of Science (Eng) in engineering management and an MBA in international business.
Claudine Lim, Chief Operating Officer
Claudine Lim joined InfraCo Asia at its inception in 2009 and played an instrumental role in establishing the Company’s operations and managing the competitive procurement process to select a developer team. Since then, Claudine has supported the InfraCo Asia board in an executive capacity and managed stakeholder relations.  Claudine has also worked on the establishment of InfraCo Asia’s sister facility, InfraCo Asia Investments (IAI), and is currently responsible for the day-to-day management of IAI.
Prior to joining InfraCo Asia, Claudine was responsible for investor relations at Temasek Holdings, a Singapore government-owned investment holding company. Previous roles also include leading the strategic planning, business development and investor relations functions in M1, a Singapore listed telecommunications company, as well as being part of the regional business development team for Cable & Wireless Asia Pacific, in Hong Kong.
She commenced her career with the Singapore Civil Service and has held appointments in various Ministries. Claudine has a BA (Hons) degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford and an MSc in Finance and Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Sharyn Bow, Projects and Operations Manager
Sharyn Bow joined InfraCo Asia  in October 2019 as Manager of  Projects and Operations, where she has oversight of the implementation and technical aspects of projects.
Sharyn has more than 20 years of experience as a civil and environmental engineer, project manager and infrastructure advisor, including several years with the ADB. Prior to joining InfraCo Asia, Sharyn held various project and leadership roles with consulting firms and government agencies across Asia, the Pacific, Africa, Australia and the United Kingdom, with extensive experience in the development, management and regulation of civil infrastructure projects.
Sharyn holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from the University of Technology Sydney and Master of Environmental Management from the University of New England, Australia. She is a Chartered Professional Engineer with the Institution of Engineers Australia and is currently completing a Bachelor of Science in Development and Economics from the London School of Economics.
Sharyn Chang, Analyst, Portfolio Management
Sharyn Chang joined InfraCo Asia in January 2019 as an Analyst in the Portfolio Management team. In this role, she works across the lifecycle of InfraCo Asia’s Co-Development projects from signing of JIDA to Financial Close, applying her skills to the oversight of development activities in projects where InfraCo Asia has invested.
Before joining InfraCo Asia, Sharyn was a Senior Analyst at EDHEC Infrastructure Institute, focused on the ASEAN market. There, she was a part of the core team working to create the world’s largest database of infrastructure investment data and indices aimed at changing the way investors measure infrastructure investment performance globally. Sharyn started her career at Deloitte as Associate – Audit & Assurance, Global Financial Services Industry. There, she worked with private banks and commodity trading firms to strengthen internal controls and conduct risk assessments and due diligence activities.
Sharyn speaks four languages, including fluency in Mandarin and proficiency in Japanese and Korean. She is a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants, and has passed CFA Level I. Sharyn holds a Bachelor of Accountancy from Singapore Management University (SMU).
Nigel Choo, Associate, Marketing & Communications
Nigel Choo joined InfraCo Asia in June 2019 as Marketing and Communications Associate. In his role, he creates and manages communication assets that help drive awareness and alignment for InfraCo Asia’s projects, across the team and its stakeholders. He also supports the shaping of InfraCo Asia’s messaging, brand, communications policies and strategy.
Nigel joins InfraCo Asia from a Singapore-based family foundation, where he managed philanthropic grants and communications. Prior to this, he has served in various communications-related roles in journalism, advertising and non-profits, including writing and copywriting for The Straits Times and Isobar Singapore respectively.
Nigel holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honors with Distinction) in English Literature from the National University of Singapore. Nigel is fluent in English and Mandarin, with basic proficiency in Japanese and Bahasa Melayu.
Kenneth Goh, Program Manager
Kenneth Goh joined InfraCo Asia in October 2018 as Program Manager. In this role, he oversees and amplifies the performance of InfraCo Asia’s contracted developer teams.
Kenneth has a depth of experience in the energy sector, including process engineering, project capital and operating expenditure estimation, and financial model development. He joins InfraCo Asia from Aurecon, where he served as an Advisory Consultant, responsible for developing and supporting technical and commercial feasibility studies, due diligence activities, and infrastructure investment decisions. At Aurecon, he was part of a team that developed an institutional framework for the Government of Mauritius that guided the implementation of the first light rail in the country and conceived a long-term plan for public transport development.
Prior to his time at Aurecon, Kenneth was part of Enterprise Singapore, where he worked with the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) to identify developers and financiers for AIIB projects. He started his career at Advisian, WorleyParsons’ consultant arm, where he held both engineering and consulting roles in the development of several LNG projects. Kenneth received an MBA from the National University of Singapore, and a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Queensland.
Jasmine Ho, Business Development Manager
Jasmine joined InfraCo Asia in February 2020 as a Business Development Manager with more than a decade of experience in infrastructure and asset finance and project development.

Prior to joining InfraCo Asia, Jasmine was a senior investment operations specialist for the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, where she looked after the financing of energy and transport projects across Southeast Asia, South Asia and Central Asia. Jasmine also draws from previous experience in energy and asset finance while working with the Mitsubishi UFJ Financing Group and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. Jasmine started her career with a private project developer focused on the West African market.

Jasmine holds a Master of Business Administration from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, and a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) from the National University of Singapore.

Bariah Jaaffar, Paralegal
Bariah Jaaffar joined InfraCo Asia in July 2019 as a paralegal. In this role, Bariah provides filing, reporting, administration and compliance-related support for InfraCo Asia’s Legal and Management teams.
Bariah has over 18 years of experience in both international law firms and in-house legal teams, working across technology, entertainment, FMCG and supply chain sectors. Her career includes serving in administrative, finance and paralegal functions with the McDonald’s global franchising branch in Singapore, The Walt Disney Company (Southeast Asia) Pte Ltd and Cisco Systems (USA) Pte Ltd. Bariah also has experience in setting up management procedures and file management systems for the purpose of ISO accreditation.
Bariah holds an Executive Secretary Diploma from the Thames Business School, validated by University of Oxford. She also has Paralegal Certification jointly offered by The Law Society of Singapore and Temasek Polytechnic.
Bintari Margaret Konstantin, Analyst, Business Development
Margaret Konstantin joined InfraCo Asia in October 2019 as a Business Development Analyst, with the primary role of screening and analyzing new business opportunities, supporting business development, project finance and investments under the InfraCo Asia’s Co-Development and Investment programme.
Prior to joining InfraCo Asia, Margaret was a business development associate for Indonesia Infrastructure Finance, a state-owned company whose shareholders comprise the Ministry of Finance, development finance institutions (ADB, IFC, DEG) and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. Margaret also has experience with project appraisal and structuring as senior staff for the Indonesia Infrastructure Guarantee Fund. Margaret started her career in Deloitte Consulting’s M&A transaction advisory division.
Margaret holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Melbourne and Bachelor of Economics degree from the University of Indonesia.
Raghav Koshik, Portfolio Manager
Raghav Koshik joined InfraCo Asia in October 2015. Raghav works closely with InfraCo Asia’s South Asia developer team, and has responsibilities overseeing the South East Asia and South Asia co-development programs. Previously, Raghav was with PwC’s Capital Projects and Infrastructure team in Singapore. During his tenure at PwC, Raghav was involved in the advisory of port, industrial zone development, the transport, water supply sector and a gas fired power plant, in Indonesia, Singapore, Myanmar and Malaysia.
Raghav has also advised various governments, government linked entities and the private sector on opportunities in the infrastructure sector. His focus areas include project finance advice, project structuring, Public Private Partnership bid process management, and conducting training sessions. He has also worked on projects involving market entry strategy, policy advisory, firm restructuring, and capital raising.
At InfraCo Asia, Raghav conducts analysis of infrastructure development opportunities and co-investment projects across Asia. In addition he contributes to developing plans that support Senior Management and Board strategic objectives. Raghav has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Delhi University and a Master’s degree in Management (Finance and Strategy) from Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad, India.
Duc Son Le, Manager, Business Development
Duc Son Le joined InfraCo Asia in  October 2019 as Business Development Manager with the primary responsibility of project development, supporting the execution of joint venture agreements, project finance and investments under InfraCo Asia’s Co-Development and Investment programme.
Son is a finance professional with over a decade of experience in private equity and project finance, for energy and infrastructure sectors in Asia Pacific. Prior to joining InfraCo Asia, Son was an origination and investment manager for Petro Diamond Singapore, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation. Son has held investment, M&A and business development roles for a range of notable multinational companies including Glencore, Castleton Commodities and Puma Energy.
Son holds a Master of Business Administration (Finance) from Brandeis University and a Master in Economics from the National University of Singapore. Son also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the National University of Vietnam.
Angela Lee, Finance Analyst
Angela Lee joined InfraCo Asia in January 2019 as Finance Analyst, where she works as part of InfraCo Asia’s finance team to provide operational support and project performance monitoring and evaluation. Angela’s focus includes internal and external project reporting, as well as working with InfraCo Asia’s developer partners on project spending.
Prior to joining InfraCo Asia, Angela was with KPMG, where she conducted audits for publicly listed companies and private entities across a range of industries, including commodities trading; construction and manufacturing; wireless network infrastructure management; and investment management. While at KPMG, Angela was a member of the team that conducted a successful KYC (Know Your Customer) remediation for a top global investment bank.
Angela is fluent in spoken and written Chinese. She is a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants, and holds a Bachelor of Accountancy degree from Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
Benny Lee, Finance Manager
Benny Lee joined InfraCo Asia in December 2015 and is the Finance Manager of InfraCo Asia Group. In his role, Benny works closely with the Director of Finance in managing the finance and accounting function of InfraCo Asia Group and provides transactional and corporate support for the various investments made by InfraCo Asia. Prior to joining InfraCo Asia, Benny was an Audit Manager with KPMG Singapore and has over 7 years of accounting and auditing experience in public accounting and commercial financial planning and analysis.

During his tenure with big four accounting firms, Benny was involved in the audit engagements of public listed companies, multi-national corporations and private entities in Singapore and Malaysia. His industry experience includes real estate investment, real estate development, investment holding and manufacturing.

Benny is a chartered accountant and member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA). In addition, Benny is also an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA) and the Chartered Secretaries Institute of Singapore (CSIS).

April Lim, Legal Counsel
April Lim joined InfraCo Asia in February 2019 as Legal Counsel. In this role, she provides legal, compliance, and risk-management support for InfraCo Asia’s Management Team and its contracted Developer Teams.
April has more than 12 years of experience in the legal field. She is called to the State Bar of California and the State Bar of the District of Columbia. Her career includes serving as Legal Counsel at organisations including Omron, a Japanese manufacturer of medical equipment; and the Asia headquarters of M+W, a Germany-based global design and engineering firm. April’s career began in the United States at a financial-services-focused private equity firm. Upon returning to Singapore in 2011, she joined K&L Gates Straits Law LLC, where she practised as Foreign Lawyer, working as part of the corporate and transactional team.
April earned her J.D. and Master’s in Public Administration from Western Michigan University. She holds a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree from Purdue University in Psychology and Law and Society. April is fluent in English and Mandarin, and has conversational knowledge of Japanese and Bahasa Indonesia.
Gabrielle Lim, Senior Analyst, Portfolio Management
Gabrielle is a Senior Analyst on the Portfolio Management team where she works with InfraCo Asia’s Co-Development Partners to bring projects to financial close. She joined InfraCo Asia in March 2017 as Finance Associate, helping to monitor the financial performance of InfraCo Asia’s investments. Gabrielle’s experience performing detailed financial analysis helped set the stage for her role now in enabling viable and sustainable infrastructure projects.
Prior to InfraCo Asia, Gabrielle spent four years with Sindicatum Renewable Energy’s Strategic Corporate Finance Team working on capital raising and project development. There, she supported in successfully raising over US$70m of debt funding from development banks, and was part of the team that brought a 22.3MWp solar project in the Philippines into operation. Gabrielle started her career at Dragonfly LLC, a boutique management consulting firm, advising the turnaround of a distressed manufacturing company in the renewable energy space.
Gabrielle holds a Bachelor of Business (Banking and Finance) and a Bachelor of Accountancy from Nanyang Technological University. Being fluent in written and spoken Chinese (Mandarin), Gabrielle is bilingual and volunteers as an interpreter for the non-English speaking congregation at her church.
Ian McAlister, Director of Projects and Operations
Ian McAlister began working with InfraCo Asia in August 2016 where he oversees project managers responsible for construction of new facilities. He ensures all procurement, design, subcontracting, value engineering and critical path methods scheduling construction and commissioning activities are executed on time and in line with the company’s quality standards.
Ian is a chartered engineer with over 35 years’ experience in the design, construction and operations of infrastructure schemes in Asia. He is reputed for setting high standards for project implementation, operations and getting the best out of EPC contractors.
Ian has been involved in the design, management and delivery of numerous complex power projects for consulting firms and ownership companies, including private sector funded projects such as the 1,070MW Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Project in Laos.
Jeraine Ng, Director of Finance
Jeraine Ng is InfraCo Asia’s Director of Finance. She has extensive auditing, financial control and accounting experience, and oversees the finance and accounting functions of InfraCo Asia. Prior to joining InfraCo Asia in September 2014, she was a Controller with AES (NYSE: AES), a Fortune 200 global power company that owns and operates a diverse portfolio of electricity generation and distribution businesses in 17 countries. Previously, Jeraine was in Business Unit Control of the Credit Markets Origination business with the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Prior to 2008, Jeraine worked with KPMG Singapore and KPMG London for a number of years, where she managed the audits of banks, financial institutions and listed companies and worked on the initial public offering of a water trust listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange. Jeraine holds a Bachelor of Accountancy degree from Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and is a Chartered Accountant, Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
Clarice Pereira, Administrative Assistant
Clarice Pereira joined InfraCo Asia in January 2018 as Finance & Administrative Assistant, before taking on her current role as Administrative Assistant on January 2019. Clarice works closely with all members of the InfraCo Asia team to keep day-to-day operations running smoothly. She draws on her 14 years of experience in the field to contribute to the design of efficient, effective finance and administrative systems.
Prior to joining InfraCo Asia, Clarice worked at Ketchum as part of the financial controller’s team. Her early career experience includes working at a trading company, and as part of a telecommunications startup in Singapore. Fluent in both English and Malay, Clarice holds a Certificate in Practical Accounting and an LCCI Award in Computerised Accounting.
Yen Ping Seng, Legal Counsel
Yen Ping Seng joined InfraCo Asia in November 2019 as Legal Counsel. In this role, she provides legal, compliance and risk-management support for InfraCo Asia’s Management Team and its contracted Developer Teams.
Prior to joining InfraCo Asia, Yen Ping practised as a disputes lawyer at leading law firms WongPartnership LLP and Allen & Gledhill LLP, where she specialised in dispute resolution in the construction, infrastructure, energy and engineering sectors. Yen Ping has also worked on cross-border commercial projects on the international arbitration team at Bae, Kim & Lee LLC in Seoul, South Korea. Her portfolio includes legal advisory for power plants, desalination plants, transport infrastructure, data centres and integrated resort developments.
Yen Ping holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from the National University of Singapore. She is fluent in her native languages of English and Mandarin, and is proficient in written and spoken Korean for conversation and professional settings.
Prabaljit Sarkar, Director of Business Development
Prabaljit joined InfraCo Asia in October 2016 where his primary responsibility is the origination and financing of co-investments under InfraCo Asia’s Co-Development programme, covering south and southeast Asia.
Prabaljit joins InfraCo Asia with over 25 years of business development experience, including over 12 years with global power company AES (NYSE:AES) and 4 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers. With AES, he was based in Vietnam and India where he managed business development and deal closures; As a management consultant with PwC, Prabaljit supported the Odisha State Government in the reformation and privatisation of state-owned utilities.
Prabaljit holds an MBA in Finance from the Indian Institute of Social Welfare & Business Management (IISWBM) and a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) from Jadavpur University, India. Prabaljit is also an elected senior member of the Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES).
Jeremy Saw, Director, General Counsel
Jeremy Saw is Director, General Counsel at InfraCo Asia. Having joined the firm in August 2015, he oversees the legal and compliance functions. Jeremy has deep experience across the Asia-Pacific region, particularly in the infrastructure, energy, mining and renewables sectors.
Prior to joining InfraCo Asia, Jeremy was a Senior Associate at Baker & McKenzie, a global law firm, working from bases across Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore and Thailand, managing teams on projects and transactions covering the Asia-Pacific region. Jeremy also acted as regional ASEAN-focused in-house legal counsel at BP, a global oil major, where he was responsible for providing legal solutions across various ASEAN downstream businesses.
Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) degree and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from The University of Melbourne, and also holds a Diploma and Advanced Certification for Governance, Risk and Compliance from the International Compliance Association and the Institute of Banking and Finance in association with the Alliance Manchester Business School of The University of Manchester.
Shalabh Singhania, Director, Portfolio Management
Shalabh Singhania joined InfraCo Asia in September 2014. As Director, Portfolio Management, Shalabh leads the team that drives InfraCo Asia’s Co-Development projects from Joint Development Agreement to Financial Close. Shalabh also co-ordinates the analytical support the team provides to the business development function for new co-development opportunities and to InfraCo Asia’s Developer Services Program.
Shalabh has lengthy experience spanning the infrastructure and technology sectors in roles that include consulting, business development, project management and transaction advisory. Prior to InfraCo Asia, Shalabh served as Director of Product Management for a global telecom startup which grew from 10 to 200 employees during his 9 years there and also expanded its presence in Asian markets.
Shalabh’s career includes work with PwC’s Infrastructure Advisory team in the U.S. and India. As part of another boutique consulting firm in Mumbai, he worked with one of India’s largest infrastructure conglomerates advising them on their M&A and divestment efforts across sectors and regions including south east Asia. Shalabh has an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and Bachelors and Masters degrees in Engineering from McGill University in Canada.
Soo Imm Teo, Executive Assistant & Office Manager
Soo Imm Teo joined InfraCo Asia in July 2015. She brings extensive experience in supporting Senior Management, conference-seminar & board meeting arrangements, negotiation of hotel & travel rates, office management as well as reporting capability, to InfraCo Asia.
Prior to this, Soo Imm was with Deutsche Bank AG APHO (Singapore). She has worked in Hong Kong from 2005 – 2010 when she was EA to the same CEO in both Natixis Asia Pacific Regional Office and Calyon Asia Pacific Office. Before that, Soo Imm was with Crédit Lyonnais Singapore up to the merger with Crédit Agricole in 2004. She is proficient in French, having worked many years in French institutions. She holds a Diploma in Business French and a Certificate in Business Administration..
Kennie Toh, Projects and Operations Manager
Kennie Toh joined InfraCo Asia in March 2018 as Manager of Projects and Operations, with more than 15 years of experience as a project manager and mechanical engineer.
Prior to InfraCo Asia, Kennie spent 14 years in project management and mechanical engineering roles at SMEC, working across the Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East and Oceania regions in the power and water industrial sectors. The types of projects he has worked on include renewable energy, waste water treatment, and biomass production.
Kennie holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical), Master of Engineering Science (Mechanical) and a Masters of Commerce degree from the University of New South Wales. He has also earned a diploma in Mechanical Engineering from Singapore Polytechnic.
Karen Tsang-Hounsell, Investment Manager
Karen Tsang-Hounsell joined InfraCo Asia in March 2017 and is responsible for actively managing the company’s investments. She brings extensive experience as an infrastructure investment management professional, having managed assets, partnerships and initiatives across the region. Karen is skilled in strategy and business development, as well as project and stakeholder management.
Prior to joining InfraCo Asia, Karen was an Associate Director at Hastings Funds Management in Singapore where she managed strategic partnerships in India, Malaysia and Indonesia to develop new investment products in Asia. Before relocating to Singapore, Karen was a Senior Associate with Hastings Funds Management in Melbourne, where she performed both fund and asset management roles on a A$2bn ASX-listed infrastructure fund.
Karen’s career began in investment banking with Goldman Sachs, where she advised companies in the infrastructure and utilities sectors. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) degree and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Melbourne, a Diploma from the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is a CFA charterholder.
Genevie Yeo, Analyst, Portfolio Management
Genevie Yeo joined InfraCo Asia in January 2019 as Analyst, Portfolio Management. In this role, she works across the lifecycle of InfraCo Asia’s Co-Development projects from signing of JIDA to Financial Close. She also serves in another role that includes defining, monitoring and enhancing the developmental impact of InfraCo Asia’s projects
Genevie brings seven years of experience to her work at InfraCo Asia, most recently serving as Senior Executive, Corporate Development and Finance for Sunseap Group. There, she applied her investment analysis and due diligence skills to assessing opportunities in the Asia-Pacific solar sector. Genevie honed her financial, sector and macroeconomic research skills at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC), where she was Assistant Vice President, Corporate Research. Genevie started her career at Absolute Asia Asset Management (now Ostrum Asset Management) as a Research Associate, working closely with the investment team to evaluate stock positions.
Genevie is a certified Chartered Financial Analyst. She holds a Master’s Degree in Sustainability Management from Columbia University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the National University of Singapore (NUS). She is an active environmental advocate, and has been named a Climate Reality Leader as part of Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project.
Laxmi Devaindran, Legal and Compliance Officer
Laxmi Devaindran joined InfraCo Asia in February 2018. As Legal and Compliance Officer, she helps guide decisionmaking around issues related to to privacy, data protection, and corporate secretarial matters.
Laxmi’s 16 years of paralegal and contracts experience includes employment with companies in the legal, technology, and entertainment sectors, including Jones Lang LaSalle, Lenovo, ESPN Star Sports, and MTV Asia. Laxmi’s work has been defined by a focus on the maintenance of corporate governance and compliance issues and legal research. She has engaged with entities across a wide geographic footprint, including South Asia, India and China. Laxmi holds a Diploma in Law from Temasek Polytechnic.
Danelle Toh, HR Advisor
Danelle Toh joined the InfraCo Asia team as HR Advisor in May 2019. In her role, she focuses on organisational effectiveness and capabilities, helping to shape an environment that allows all team members to perform at their peak.
Previously, Danelle served as HR Business Partner at a range of multi-national companies including AirBnB, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble. Danelle is also co-founder of Morph Consulting Pte. Ltd., which offers facilitation, coaching, and training services designed to help organisations and individuals achieve their vision. She also has extensive non-profit experience, having headed up end-to-end HR operations for two separate organisations.
Danelle holds a Business Administration Degree from Nanyang Technological University. She holds certifications with the Institute of Human Resource Professionals as a Senior Professional; as well as with the Institute of Adult Learning, Singapore, as an Adult Facilitator.
Lindsey Zouein, Communications Advisor
Lindsey Zouein joined the InfraCo Asia team as Communications Advisor in June, 2017. In her role she guides InfraCo Asia’s messaging, branding and strategic communications as well as being responsible for creative content. Lindsey has consulted with a number of Asia- and Silicon Valley-based companies to help give shape to new offers, products, and platforms.
Lindsey honed her craft during six years spent at global design and innovation firm, IDEO. There, she helped grow and give definition to the global brand at the company’s Palo Alto, Calif., headquarters, moving to Singapore in 2012 to serve as Marketing Director, Asia Markets. In this role, she worked with media, internal teams, and clients across China, India, Japan, and Singapore to share the impact of IDEO’s work. Lindsey’s early communications career began as a public relations consultant in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she helped launch notable technology startups in the semantic technology, video advertising, and online education spaces. She started out as a journalist for a daily newspaper in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Lindsey has a Bachelor of Arts (magna cum laude) in Political Science from Pepperdine University.
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